The Taylormade website will give you full details.
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It depends which set of irons it is in. Generally Taylormade pitching wedges are 48 degrees.
See Taylormade website, under vintage clubs. To be honest though, they will be the exact same as any current TM iron.
It stands for "Approach Wedge" which is the same as a gap wedge and its loft is generally about 50 degrees.
The Taylormade website will have full information on club specs.
Go to the Taylormade website and look under vintage clubs.
Taylormade R7 irons became available in 2004. Taylormade R9 irons were introduced in 2010. R9 irons allow one to hit the golf ball much farther than the R7 iron.
taylormade tp irons and taylormade r11 with titleist 910df woods
Currently Kenny Perry uses Taylormade r7 irons.
The TaylorMade Burner cavity-back iron was introduced in 2009, according to the Innovation History timeline of the TaylorMade website.